"Yes, she drinks milk."
Translation:Да, она пьёт молоко.
Is that where I'd also go to request they add speech practice? I really liked that in French, and I think my Russian could benefit from it also.
Am I correct in assuming that one uses пьёт when talking in the third person and пьёшь when talking in the second person?
Yes correct, and " пьёте " when talking to plural or official You, and " пьют " when talking about " They "
One of the offered choices is "да, она пьёт пьёт" and aside from being hilarious, how would I say "she (v)drinks (n)drinks"? Is that grammatically correct, or is "(n)drinks" a different word? (I know English likes to make verbs into nouns a lot.)
You should be allowed to talk into your phone. I learn Russian because my bf is Russian and i need to text him because i live in New York and lives in Russia. But i am better at speaking the language than writing it though.
I doubt duolingo would add this option to Russian. You have bf? Talk to him on discord or skype in Russian and let him correct you
I've never seen a discussion with so few posts. This is amazing. I feel like if you were to yell in here, you would echo because of how empty it is.